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Article published the February 15, 2014:

Integrating New Techniques for an Improved Reproduction Program

IntroductionCurrently, reproductive failure is the first reason for involuntary culling, which stresses the economic importance of improving fertility. Estrous synchronization programs have been researched exte...
Author/s :
Ricardo ChebelTodd Bilby, Ph.D.
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Article published the September 23, 2013:

Incidence of Infertility Problems in Cattle and Buffaloes

Breeding efficiency is directly related to the prosperity of dairy industry. Infertility among dairy farm animals is one of the great economic problems which confront the vets. It is particularly wide spread in...
Author/s :
Dr. Dasharath Thakor
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Article published the May 9, 2013:

Fundamental Development of Reproduction Management Systems in Dairy Cattle: Insight into Hormonal and Molecular Controls of Embryo Development and Survival

Optimized systems for timed artificial insemination (TAI; Pregnancy per AI of 40 to 50%) entail controlling the period of follicle dominance, need to sustain progesterone exposure throughout the&...
Author/s :
William Thatcher
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Article published the October 15, 2012:

Reproductive Fertility in Herd Bulls

IntroductionHerd bulls have a large influence on many aspects of beef operations, especially an operation's profitability. For example, percent calf crop weaned is the single most important factor influencing p...
Author/s :
Russ Daly, DVM, DACVPM
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Article published the July 17, 2012:

Therapeutic efficacy of AV/UTL/17 in cases of postpartum gynaecological disorders in cows: a field study

Introduction Post partum period is the most crucial transitory phase in bovine life when various physiological, gynaecological, biochemical changes occur. During this period the cattle is exposed to high risk ...
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Article published the July 17, 2012:

The Effect of PGF 2 a Analogue with or without GnRH on Fertility Rate of Anestrus Kundi Buffalo

INTRODUCTION Buffalo is a major dairy animal in Pakistan with the total population of 28.4 million, 64%, 27%, 7%, 3% in Punjab, Sindh, North West Frontier and Balochistan provinces respectively and 0.487 millio...
Author/s :
Khan, Qismatullah
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Article published the June 12, 2012:

Effect of quality and frequency of drinking water on productivity and fertility of dairy buffaloes

INTRODUCTION Livestock plays an important role in the economy of Pakistan. This sector contributed approximately 53.2 percent of the agriculture value added and 11.4 percent to national GDP during 2009-10. Gros...
Author/s :
M Subhan QureshiRajwali Khan
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Article published the March 16, 2010:

Role of vitamin E and selenium in anestrous and conception

Role of vitamin e and selenium in anestrous and conception"Fertility is a luxurious eventFor this, endometrium should be protected by antioxidantAntioxidant can be given as nutrientVitamin E and Selenium can be...
Author/s :
Rajendran Duraisamy
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Article published the September 20, 2007:

Influence of transition cow nutrition on health and reproduction of dairy cows

Our thanks to the author and Conference Organisers, a Committee consisting of both University and Industry colleagues. The full paper will appear in the Conference Proceedings ('Recent Advances in Animal Nutri...
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Article published the September 14, 2007:

Recent studies on nutritional factors affecting reproductive efficiency in U.S. dairy herds

Our thanks to the author and Conference Organisers, a Committee consisting of both University and Industry colleagues.The full paper will appear in the Conference Proceedings ('Recent Advances in Animal Nutriti...
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